You Seem To Be Forgetting Me.
Music by Blanche M. Tice
Published 1916 by Blanche M. Tice, Sioux City, Ia.


[Verse 1]
Along the distant shores of time,
In days when you and I first met,
My life was crowned with joy sublime,
A joy I never can forget;

We strolled in loveland's mystic realm,
Our path with sweetest flowers strewn,
Like flowers rare that blossomed there,
Fond hopes have faded all too soon.

[Chorus]
You seem to be forgetting me,
Just like the rose forgets the dew,
You seem to be forgetting me,
For you are not so fond and true;

Your blush bespeaks of sunkissed cheeks,
And happy days that used to be,
And through my heart yourr love still seeks,
You seem to be forgetting me.

[Verse 2]
I call you sweetheart just the same,
As in the golden days gone by,
There's something sacred in the name,
Although it often brings a sigh;

There comes to me by night and day,
Sweet mem'ries of the long ago,
With love so true I dream of you,
Although it grieves me now I know.

[Chorus]